Group hike the Lake George Land Conservancy's beautiful trails at the Hike-A-Thon!
Lake George Land Conservancy's Hike-A-Thon showcases their parks and preserves by holding large group hikes and paddles on the same day every summer. If you are not in the area, you can participate virtually!
Hikes take place simultaneously around Lake George, finishing with an aerial photo of each hiking group by helicopter! This event is free, but donations are gratefully accepted as it is used to run the event and help with maintenance and enhancement of the properties.
After your hike, or paddle, regroup at the After-Party located at the Bolton Conservation Park! Here you can enjoy refreshments and activities with your fellow hikers. Hike-A-Thon volunteers, participants and their family and friends are welcome to join in the fun!
*Please note: While we hope that by July conditions in New York will allow for more freedom to be together, we will continue to enforce special precautions as necessary to ensure the safety of our guests during the coronavirus pandemic.
Safety guidelines will be place, which you can read here. Ex. All participants must wear face masks when distancing is not possible.
Here's how you can participate virtually:
- Go outside on July 5th to enjoy an outing on your own - This may be in your own backyard, a local park, or other favorite hike or paddle. If social distancing protocols are still in place, please continue to be safe and choose a destination that is local to you, and avoid crowds.
- Show your Hike-A-Thon pride! - Wear a t-shirt from a past Hike-A-Thon or this year’s. This year’s shirt, as well as past years’, will also available to purchase via lglcstore.myshopify.com. Orders must be placed by June 5th for delivery by July 1st.
- Share a selfie or two on Facebook or Instagram - Use the hashtag #LGHikeAThon2020 and be sure to let us know where you are and who you’re with. Follow us @HikeLakeGeorge and @LakeGeorgeHikeAThon. Not on social media? No problem! Email pictures to email@example.com.
LGLC is steward to many gorgeous trails and properties in the southern Adirondacks. They work tirelessly to promote and preserve their parks and trails, which are free public resources. They also encourage healthy, active lifestyles and appreciation for the outdoors.